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'''Students have the option of working in groups for [[Assignments|Assignments 2-4 and the Final Project]].''' Working in a group can be fun and productive and should enable the participants to take their topic farther than an individual. Students should also consider the time required to coordinate their activities and potential complications of group work. A majority of students in previous classes have had a good experience working in groups.
 
'''Students have the option of working in groups for [[Assignments|Assignments 2-4 and the Final Project]].''' Working in a group can be fun and productive and should enable the participants to take their topic farther than an individual. Students should also consider the time required to coordinate their activities and potential complications of group work. A majority of students in previous classes have had a good experience working in groups.
  
The maximum group size is three. Those that wish to work in a group will be responsible for forming and organizing the group by March 9 at the latest. For those that choose to work in a group, it is essential to come to a clear understanding within the group how the work will be shared. There is an additional class requirement for those that work in a group: each group must submit a statement that describes the contribution of each member of the group.
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The maximum group size is three. Those that wish to work in a group will be responsible for forming and organizing the group by March 12 at the latest. For those that choose to work in a group, it is essential to come to a clear understanding within the group how the work will be shared. There is an additional class requirement for those that work in a group: each group must submit a statement that describes the contribution of each member of the group.
  
'''Prospective groups should submit a short paragraph to the instructor by March 9 explaining why a group approach to their proposed topic for the final project makes sense.'''
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'''Prospective groups should submit a short paragraph to the instructor by March 12 explaining why a group approach to their proposed topic for the final project makes sense.'''
  
 
Looking to form a group or join a group? Need a partner? Submit your information below.
 
Looking to form a group or join a group? Need a partner? Submit your information below.
  
 
==Group Project Proposals/Requests==
 
==Group Project Proposals/Requests==
 
* I'd be interested in finding a collaborator.  My name and project description here. 
 
 
- Sounds interesting!  Please contact me.  If you prefer to not post contact info here, TFs can provide email addresses.
 
 
* Project 2 here....
 
 
Hello all, thought I would start this section and first check if anyone is located in NYC?  If so, and if you would like to meet, form a group, or get together to discuss readings and possible topics for projects. (Even if you're not located in NYC and would still like to do any of the above, please let me know!)  Thanks! [[User:JennLopez|JennLopez]] 01:01, 1 February 2012 (UTC)
 
 
Sure. What do you have in mind?
 
[[User:Just Johnny|Just Johnny]] 03:33, 18 February 2012 (UTC)
 

Latest revision as of 18:18, 24 January 2013

Students have the option of working in groups for Assignments 2-4 and the Final Project. Working in a group can be fun and productive and should enable the participants to take their topic farther than an individual. Students should also consider the time required to coordinate their activities and potential complications of group work. A majority of students in previous classes have had a good experience working in groups.

The maximum group size is three. Those that wish to work in a group will be responsible for forming and organizing the group by March 12 at the latest. For those that choose to work in a group, it is essential to come to a clear understanding within the group how the work will be shared. There is an additional class requirement for those that work in a group: each group must submit a statement that describes the contribution of each member of the group.

Prospective groups should submit a short paragraph to the instructor by March 12 explaining why a group approach to their proposed topic for the final project makes sense.

Looking to form a group or join a group? Need a partner? Submit your information below.

Group Project Proposals/Requests